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Join trunks with us  and become a foster parent today!


By becoming an elephant foster parent you are  supporting the entire herd with food, refuge and medical care. We encourage you to help us help them. For as little as $60 a year ( $5 a month), you can make a difference in their lives. These elephants have been hand selected from projects that are close to our heart. 


With your new role as a foster parent you will receive a certificate of sponsorship, a photo of your elephant herd and be invited to join our private Facebook foster parent group.

Baby LekLek

Baby Elephant LekLek  and her mother find  love and friendship at Elephant Nature Park!

Support LekLek, the irresistibly adorable baby elephant thriving in her sanctuary home at Elephant Nature Park. Her mother, Moh Loh, used to work in logging, but now they both enjoy a life free from unnatural activities like saddles. They spend their days being a family with other elephants at the park, roaming grassy fields, and cooling off in the stream. Join us in making each day a new adventure for them!

Kham Muen and Dodo

Kham Muen and Dodo are two sweet spirited brothers that  live in freedom at Karen Elephant Home in Thailand. Kham Muen was born in 1997 and worked in the tourism industry  until his rescue in 2016.  While working, he suffered the loss of one tusk due an injury. In  2016 he left this life of pain and joined his brother Dodo.


 Dodo came into the world in 2002 in a delicate state. He spent his early years walking beside his mother while she carried tourists on her back. He then later went on to perform tricks for tourists.  He has since moved on from a life of hardship and has easily settled into sanctuary life with his brother.  He and his brother enjoy meandering around the forest together, foraging and playing in the mud. 


Kham Muen and Dodo’s lives are immeasurably better now that they are at Karen Elephant Home. They have lots of space to roam and be free. Or as we  like to say, be more elephant. That being said, they still need your support. These boys require plenty of food to keep them healthy and happy and they can’t get all they need from their forest they roam. 

Sopa and her Herd

SoPa, one of the newest rescues at Elephant Nature Park, is 82 years old. Saved on May 20th, 2023, by Save Elephant Foundation with support from Elephants Austin and other nonprofits, her past was harsh. After decades in the logging industry, she was brought to tourist camps, where she detested being ridden. Now, enjoying freedom at ENP in her golden years, SoPa is still finding her footing without a herd. All fostering funds go directly to her care as she settles into sanctuary life.

Nanthip and Fam

At just 13 years old, NamThip has faced a challenging journey. Separated from her mother early on, she wandered the streets of Thailand with her mahout, leading a transient existence. Fortunately, NamThip found solace and freedom at ENP. Here, she delights in simple pleasures like frolicking in the water and savoring moments of peace. With the attentive care, she's already showing signs of improvement, reclaiming her health. 


Boonchu is 40 plus years old and Isara Elephant Foundation’s newest rescue.  She  spent her life toiling in Thailand's logging and riding industries.   Boonchu is now retired in sanctuary at the Isara Elephant Foundation in the northern hills of Thailand, free from exploitation, to live out her days foraging in the forests.

All donations are tax deductible

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